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Good News!

I'm pleased to announce the Wood County Health Department has again recognized all of the BG schools with the “Clean Plate Award”. This is an award developed by the Health Dept. to recognize food service establishments in the county for their outstanding dedication in the practice of food safety knowledge and sanitation. 

Keeping current on federal, state and local laws and regulations for food service is a never-ending process.  Our staff is committed to this process and we’d like to thank the Health Department for providing us with training materials and speakers.  You can trust these professionals to make sure your children receive safe, nutritious meals each day.

Reminder – Don’t forget you can go to the MySchoolBucks button on our home page to check your child’s balances and purchases at any time. You don’t have to make payments online to use this feature.  It’s easy to set up an account.


If your children went to Crim this year, but will be moving up to the Middle School or attending a different building, you will need to complete a free & reduced form online if you don’t receive a notice in the mail notifying you they are directly certified.  Those letters will be mailed from my office the first week of August. There is no carryover or grace period and the Middle School is not a Community Eligibility Provision school.

Have a safe and happy summer!

If you have questions or concerns, please contact me. 

(419) 352-3576 ext. 4040

Sue Chandler, CDM, CFPP (schandler@bgcs.k12.oh.us)
Food Service Director

August 2016 
September 2016


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